Appreciation goes beyond just words

Last month, Sarvicus provided gift cards to all of the faculty at a local school.  The amount of appreciation that came back has been remarkable.  We want to thank those that took a moment and expressed their gratitude.  Those words will further spur Sarvicus’...

Giving is important – even in tough times

As we progress into 2021, it’s important to remember to be thankful for the blessings we receive.  While Sarvicus has faced many challenges, we have also been fortunate to continue with our mission of serving our customers.  We also serve in our community and realize...

2020 in Review

The year 2020 provided many challenges throughout the world.  From COVID-19 to political unrest at home and abroad, people and businesses adapted and worked through an evolving landscape.  Sarvicus was different.  We were faced with the challenges of our customers...

Happy New Year

From our family at Sarvicus to yours, we wish everyone a safe and happy 2021.  While the year 2020 has been extremely challenging, we encourage everyone to look at the blessings that touched their lives.  It’s a time for family, friends, and remembering those that...

Vet100 2021 Selection

For the second year in a row, Sarvicus was selected as one of the fastest growing Veteran-Owned Businesses.  Syracuse University in partnership with Inc. 5000 work to identify and select the companies that will make the list. “It was an honor to serve our great...

Ranked 324 for Inc. 5000

by | Aug 12, 2020 | Announcements

For the second year in a row, Sarvicus has been selected as one of the top 5000 fastest growing companies in the United States. In 2019, Sarvicus was ranked 499 and listed in the Inc.500 annual recognition magazine. In 2020, Sarvicus was ranked 324 and again listed in the Inc.500 magazine.

“We are truly honored to receive the Inc.500 recognition two years running. While growth is a core metric in evaluating a growing company, we feel that continually challenging ourselves as an organization, helps us achieve the goals we put in place. Our customers award us, and our employees define us.”Marc Packard, CEO

“2019 was a very challenging year. We were experiencing growth in new segments and needed to focus on investments and talented folks to meet the needs of our customers. We worked to invest in equipment, personnel, and training and those dividends are being realized in 2020 and into 2021.”Lee Hartley, CEO